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A Chariot Of Fire

Auhtor: Elizabeth Stuart Phelps

Language: english
Published: 1905

Genres:

fiction and literature
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Review by M. Erb, October 2008


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A Chariot Of Fire':

This story is a little too sentimental and emotional for my taste.

Excerpts from the Book 'A Chariot Of Fire':


... Stuart Phelps. Title: A Chariot of Fire. Author: Elizabeth Stuart Phelps. Release Date: November 8, 2010 [EBook #34254]. Produced by Al ...
... You can't get anything now till the newspaper train.. God. gasped the belated passenger. I've got a little boy. He's dying.. Sho. said the ...
... that he seemed to fall in. His cheap straw hat was pushed back from his head he was flushed, and his eyes were too bright his hair, which was red ...
... not a new-fashioned, house, sometimes leased to summer citizens, and modernized in a measure for their convenience one of the few of its kind ...
... I have rung for my chauffeur. I'll send you in the automobile. Be so good as to step around to the stables, Mr. Dryver. I'll join you outside.. Now ...
... trained, and leaped from Ezekiel to Elijah easily. It's a chariot of fire, thought Jacob Dryver, comin' for to carry me home.. As he gathered ...
... There had been no wind, but now the powers and principalities of the air were let loose. He gasped for breath, which was driven down his throat. That ...
... began to rock and fly. It was now whirling out upon the silent, sleeping road that goes by the great houses of the North Shore. I'll let her out a ...
... named the machine Aurora, I said.. 'Roarer,' sir.. Oh, well, that will do-'Roarer,' if you like. That isn't bad. It's an improvement, ...
... Manchester, Magnolia rushed past. In the Magnolia woods they lost the sea again but the bell-buoy called from Norman's Woe, and they could hear ...
... bet your shove-her couldn't drive like you do, he said, proudly. Fresh Water Cove slipped by Old Stage Fort was behind the Aurora bumped over the ...
... he did not notice the stranger. The boy's mother, painfully poised on one elbow in the position that mothers take when they watch sick children, lay ...
... mud, and with a wedding-ring upon his fine hand. Jacob Dryver began: Sir. The God of Everlastin'- but he sobbed so that he could not finish what ...
... them. His lips tried to form the words which close like a strangling hand upon the throat of the poor in all the emergencies of life. Till he has ...
... she read it he covered his face for he was greatly over-worn, and the strain which he had undergone seemed now to have leaped again with the spring ...
... to end it was the most beautiful, the most wonderful thing. Nothing of the kind ever happened to me before. Mary, if an angel from the throne ...
... closed their own hired house and moved to town. The Aurora remained in her stable, nor had she left it since the morning when she came wearily back ...
... one of Chester's pleasures to warm the entire house for the convalescent lad, and big coal fires were purring in Batty's bedroom and in the ten-foot ...
... had outdone her in nobility, as they had rivalled her in delicacy-her, and Hurlburt, too. Oh, come and see my baby. she cried. It was the only thing ...
... 1901 short story collection.Edith Wharton : Aliaj TempojAnne Hollingsworth Wharton (December 15, 1845 ? July 29, 1928) was an American writer and historian. ...